Right to Occupy Sample Clauses

Right to Occupy. BellSouth shall offer to WebShoppe collocation on rates, terms, and conditions that are just, reasonable, non-discriminatory and consistent with the rules of the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”). Subject to the rates, terms and conditions of this Attachment where space is available and it is technically feasible, BellSouth will allow WebShoppe to occupy that certain area designated by BellSouth within a BellSouth Premises, or on BellSouth property upon which the BellSouth Premises is located, of a size which is specified by WebShoppe and agreed to by BellSouth (hereinafterCollocation Space”). The necessary rates, terms and conditions for BellSouth locations other than BellSouth Premises shall be negotiated upon request for collocation at such location(s).
Right to Occupy. BellSouth shall offer to ALEC Inc., Remote Site Collocation on rates, terms, and conditions that are just, reasonable, non-discriminatory and consistent with the rules of the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”). Subject to the rates, terms, and conditions of this Attachment, BellSouth hereby grants to ALEC Inc., a right to occupy that certain area designated by BellSouth within a BellSouth Remote Site Location, of a size which is specified by ALEC Inc., and agreed to by BellSouth (hereinafter “Remote Collocation Space”). BellSouth Remote Site Locations include cabinets, huts, and controlled environmental vaults owned or leased by BellSouth that house BellSouth Network Facilities. To the extent this Attachment does not include all the necessary rates, terms and conditions for BellSouth remote locations other than cabinets, huts and controlled environmental vaults, the Parties will negotiate said rates, terms, and conditions at the request for collocation at BellSouth remote locations other than those specified above.
Right to Occupy. Tenant shall not occupy the Premises until Tenant has complied with all of the following requirements to the extent applicable under the terms of this Lease: (i) delivery of all certificates of insurance, (ii) payment of Security Deposit, if a Security Deposit is indicated in Section 1 g, , and (iii) if Tenant is an entity, receipt of a good standing certificate from the State where it was organized and a certificate of authority to do business in the State in which the Premises are located (if different); provided, however, that the requirement set forth in clause (iii) above shall not be a requirement for Tenant’s possession of the Premises pursuant to Sections 3(b) or 3(e) above. Tenant’s failure to comply with these (or any other conditions precedent to occupancy under the terms of this Lease) shall not delay the Commencement Date.
Right to Occupy. Subject to Section 4 of this Attachment, BellSouth hereby grants to Network Telephone a right to occupy that certain area designated by BellSouth within a BellSouth central office premises, of a size which is specified by Network Telephone and agreed to by BellSouth (hereinafter "Collocation Space”). Notwithstanding the foregoing, BellSouth shall consider in its designation for cageless collocation any unused space within the BellSouth central office premises. The size specified by Network Telephone may contemplate a request for space sufficient to accommodate Network Telephone’s growth within a two year period unless otherwise agreed to by the Parties.
Right to Occupy. BellSouth hereby grants to AXSYS a right to occupy that certain enclosed area designated by BellSouth within a BellSouth Central Office, of a size and dimension which is specified by AXSYS and agreed to by BellSouth (hereinafter "Collocation Space”). BellSouth will design and construct at AXSYS's expense and agreed to specifications, a wall or other delineation to establish a clear division between the Collocation Space and other areas of the Central Office dedicated to BellSouth's use.
Right to Occupy. 1.1 You have the right to occupy your home without interruption or interference from us for the duration of this tenancy (except for the obligation contained in this tenancy agreement to give access to our employees or contractors).
Right to Occupy. The tenant has the right to occupy the property without interruption or interference from the landlord for the duration of this tenancy (except for the obligation contained within this agreement to give access to the landlord, landlord's agent or contractors) so long as the tenant complies with this agreement.
Right to Occupy. 2.1.1 You have the right to live in your home during the tenancy without interruption or interference by us unless any of the following apply: • we need access to your home to carry out an inspection or repair or for any other reason listed under the sectionLetting us into your home’ of this agreement • you stop occupying your home as your only or main home • you break any of the conditions in this agreement in which event we will take legal action against you • we need to carry out redevelopment or major repairs to your home which we cannot do unless you move out. We will offer you a suitable alternative home for the duration of the works • you or anyone living with you has given false information to obtain this tenancy • the fixed term of the tenancy comes to an end or we end the tenancy during the probationary period
Right to Occupy. Prior to occupancy of the Premises, Tenant’s Authorized Representative shall execute an Acceptance of Premises similar to Exhibit D attached hereto, to be prepared by Landlord and executed by the parties. Tenant shall not occupy the Premises until Tenant has complied with all of the following requirements to the extent applicable under the terms of this Lease: (i) delivery of all certificates of insurance, (ii) payment of any required Security Deposit, (iii) intentionally deleted, (iv) if Tenant is an entity, receipt of resolutions depicting the authority of the party/individual signing on behalf of Tenant. Tenant’s failure to comply with these (or any other conditions precedent to occupancy under the terms of this Lease) shall not delay the Commencement Date.